## logarithmic

### logarithmic.01 - *growth rate inverse to exponentiation (b to the y power equals x, with y being the log of x, logarithmic to x)*

LOGARITHMIC-J NOTES: Added by Julia for clearearth-earthquakes.#### Aliases:

logarithmic (j.)

#### Roles:

ARG1-PPT:

ARG2-VSP:

ARG3-VSP:

*logarithmic thing (includes the log, which is the number of times arg2 is multiplied against itself, or y in the above equation)*ARG2-VSP:

*the base (number multiplied by itself arg1 times, b in the above equation)*ARG3-VSP:

*the antilogarithm (result when arg3 is multiplied by itself arg2 times, number the log is 'of', x in the above equation)*#### logarithmic-j

From ( 7 ) we know

the storage overhead in each participantARG1

is logarithmicrel

to the number of participants in the same service groupARG3

.#### logarithmic-j

Gustav Fechner developed what is now called the Weber – Fechner law4 . It states that

perceived intensity PARG1

is logarithmicrel

to the stimulus intensity SARG3

( above a minimal threshold of perception S0 )ARGM-ADV

– see box .#### logarithmic-j

The magnitude scaleARG1

is logarithmicrel

.